JFCS Holocaust Center partners with Manny’s in S.F. to present a local Holocaust survivor sharing his story as a child who was hidden from Nazi persecution and later escaped from Vienna to Belgium.
Jewish Silicon Valley webinar on the World War II U.S. intelligence unit made up of German-speaking immigrants, including Jews who had fled the Nazis. Lecturers include historians, the author of “Ritchie Boy Secrets” and a Ritchie Boy in conversation with Rabbi Jason Gwasdoff from Stockton.
Premiere of a documentary that pieces together the story of a family in Czechoslovakia whose life torn asunder by the Nazis, and a daughter’s quest to find out that story. Followed by discussion with the film’s subject and director. Proof of vaccination and masks required. Registration required.
Palestinian chemist Tareq Abu Hamed, in conjunction with a screening of a documentary about him, “The Optimists,” talks about his life on a Jewish kibbutz in Israel and his alternative path to peace. With filmmaker Eliezer Yaari. Presented by Under One Tent and East Bay Jewish film fest. $5 suggested donation.